On an early Sunday morning in June, students from the PWHS Ronald McDonald Club volunteered for a Chef Guest breakfast at the Chestnut Street Ronald McDonald House in Philadelphia.
More than 480 Colonial Middle School students participated in the project through Technology Education and Art clubs and electives during the three-year run.
The addition of five new classrooms and the cafeteria expansion are expected to be completed in time for the new school year.
Thirty girls from fifth to eighth grade designed, built and programmed robots and drones.
The PWHS Baseball team hosted 101 campers for a week of drills and skill-building — while dealing with 90-degree heat for the first time this summer.
Colonial has more than 120 students who are learning English as a second language, and classroom teachers learned tools and strategies to support them.
Seventy-five girls from grade four through grade eight worked on their volleyball skills with help from members of the PWHS Girls Volleyball.
Congratulations to Susan Burns, Amy Campbell, Brooke Carpenter, Rich Madel, Tom Ortlieb, Erin Powers, Jennifer Ramsden and Josh Rothstein!
For the first week of summer break, 30 PWHS student counselors helped 145 campers develop their soccer skills while having fun.
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